Concerning the double slit experiment

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I just read the latest article about this, but I thought this apparent paradox had been answered:
Light travels as a wave, but interacts as a particle.
 
Mar 23, 2022
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Yes, nature sometimes gives us exactly what we're looking for :) I don't recall the exact source for my comment, but I do feel "Light travels as a wave, but interacts as a particle" is an apt description of light. It explains the double slit paradox better than anything else I've come across.
 
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"There never was a good war, or a bad peace."
"Light travels as a wave, but interacts as a particle" is an apt description of light.

We: "Light, what are you?"

Light: "You would not understand if I told you", <Shrugs> "Stop trying to constrain me into silly little verbal boxes! I am brighter than that!"

"Relayed by" . . . . . . . . .

With apologies. Light can be a little fractious sometimes ;)

Cat ;)
 

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